Baskerville. Folklore Stories from Uganda

Today's free book is The flame tree and other folk-lore stories from Uganda by Rosetta Baskerville with illustrations by Mrs. E. G. Morris (1900). For the table of contents, check at the bottom of this post below the image.

The book is available at Internet Archive (I have not checked for other online sources).

Table of Contents

The Flame Tree
The Buffalo Maiden
The Mpa Bana Bird
The Absent-minded Bridegroom
The Singer
The Famine
The Quits of Gomba
The Dog and the Leopard
The Leopard, the Hare, and the Monkey
Musoke the Moon-boy
The Elephant That Wanted to Dance
The Man Who Knew Too Much
The Story of Nsangi and the Apes
Soliloquy of Old Age in a Banana Garden
The Law Concerning Fortune-tellers ; or, the Wise Leper
The Holy Man
The Cheats of Kijongo
The Story of the Frog
The Hare Who Earned a Cow and a Chieftainship
Song of a Muhima Herding Cattle in Bugerere
The Lion-girl
The Story of the Wonderful Goat
The River Fairy
The Royal Puff Adders of Budo

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